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The next round of global trade talks, slated for November in Washington, D.C., will get a test run this week in the form of two high-profile meetings.
In the first, China and the United States will gather to try to forge some common ground on trade relations and end a yearlong dispute that has started to chill commerce in Asia and the West.
The second, a meeting of the Group of 20 nations, will be a chance to refocus on the economy in the aftermath of two years of recovery from the 2008 financial crisis.
The agenda for the talks, scheduled to begin Friday, will be the thorniest and most complex that world leaders have agreed upon in years, and they will need every tool at their disposal to keep the process moving forward.
But, they also will have to be careful not to let disagreements overshadow what could be a breakthrough for the world economy.
Both China and the U.S. have been long wary of setting hard-and-fast rules for trade because they fear that other nations would use them to restrict trade in areas that could undercut their own domestic industries.
The current trade talks have already run aground on issues such as China's steel dumping and American plans to impose punitive tariffs on steel imports, or barriers to U.S. investment in China.
"There's been tremendous difficulty, which has been largely because of the Chinese side, with trying to understand what the U.S. was thinking and what the U.S. was up to," said Joseph Kochan, an associate professor of international affairs at the School of Advanced International Studies in Washington. 0b46394aab